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GCSE English - Reading Strategies 2016

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Elica Jonas

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Transcript of GCSE English - Reading Strategies 2016

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6:00
Tuesday: 18-10-16
12
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TASK 2: SCANNING
TASK 3: R.F.D
BKSB
Log onto your BKSB Account so that you can complete a skills test on reading staregies and reading different types of text.
Reinforced Learning
Scanning
You can use the scanning technique to look up a
phone number
,
read through the
small ads
in a
newspaper, or for browsing
television schedules
,
timetables
,
lists, catalogues or
webpages

for
information. For these tasks you don’t need to read or understand every word.
Finding specific details
GOOGLE CLASSROOM
All the resources from todays lesson will be on Google Classroom.

Skimming
Skimming is a reading technique that can help you:

• read more quickly
• decide if the text is interesting and whether you should read it in more detail
You can use the skimming technique when you want to
identify the main ideas
in the text.
Whats it all about?
Objectives:
1. You will be able to differentiate between the three key reading strategies

2. Implement each strategy as necessary in your own reading.

3. Practice each strategy on a sample piece of text to improve comprehension.

By the end of the lesson...
Reading for Detail
There are times when you will need to read every single word of a document. Certain documents require you to read them in detail in order to fully understand its significance.
Exactly what is says on the tin...
Group Task 4
1. Arrange yourselves into groups (the bigger the group the more work haha)

2. Create an article using the template provided relating to the picures in the article.
Getting Creative
Use the World Map
and Zoom into Locations
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Present Business Data
and Reports
Reading Stratagies
Welcome
!
GCSE English: Wk 4
pm
Reading Strategies
When you use the skimming technique you don’t read the whole text word for word. You should use as many clues as possible to give you some background information.
Just to start...
Arrange yourselves into small groups
Race against your peers to match up the definitions with the correct words.
Use a dictionary to help you!
Important
TASK 1: SKIMMING
When Skimming Text...
Read the title, subtitles and subheadings to find out what the text is about.

• Look at the illustrations to give you more information about the topic.

• Read the first and last sentence of each paragraph.

• Don’t read every word or every sentence. Let your eyes skim over the text and look out for key words.

• Continue to think about the meaning of the text.
REMEMBER
When scanning text...
Don’t try to read every word. Instead let your eyes move quickly across the page until you find what you’re looking for.

• Use clues on the page, such as headings and titles, to help you.

• In a dictionary or phone book, use the header words to help you scan. You can find these in
bold type
at the top of each page.

REMEMBER
Elicia Jonas
Why?
Improve writing capabilities
Improve reading capabilities
Preperation for final assessment
Recap
How would you explain the method of

- Skimming

- Scanning

- Reading For Detail
Remeber to include information that uses the reading techniques you have learned in the lesson.
(Finding the gist / the main idea)
(Reading word for word)
(Finding specific details)
Reading
Between
The
Lines
Another important feature...
Finding the meaning that is implied rather than stated...
Using implicit rather than explicit meaning...
Understand what is meant by what is not written or obvious...
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